In terms of the art style, the artist has managed to produce an impressive-looking picture here. The colour scheme is a perfect match to the show’s style and manages to successfully capture both the look and feel of the show’s original aesthetic. Now anyone who knows my critiques will tell you that I give great credit to those who manage to match the style of the source material, and on that count, this picture succeeds.
As for what’s taking place in the picture itself, we have something of a mixed bag. On the one hand, portraying the character as having a liking for guitar music, or even a talent with the instrument itself, is of course an entirely subjective addition on the part of the artist, as there’s been no indication of this personality trait in the show. But on the other hand, that’s no real criticism. I’ve always encouraged people to make their own interpretations of these characters and in all honesty, the looks suits her, at least to me.
The overall image of simply playing a guitar in an outdoors location is very calm and soothing to me. And as I’ve said many times in the past, the ability to instil an emotion or feeling into the viewers of your art is a key point in whether or not the picture in question can cross the line from “good” to “great”.
In fact, there’s very little I can really fault here. The picture is well-drawn, the colouring is near perfect and the only thing that even vaguely comes to mind as a criticism is whether or not the artists art-style is to my tastes, which it is.
Overall this is an incredibly well=-put-together picture. If people would rather see Rainbow doing something else, that’s their choice, but to me, I have no issue with this picture whatsoever.
dghfddghdwk With the context of Fell Good Inc and the character of RD in Noodles place i don't 100% agree, but this is still awesome. I love the shading on Dash, but i think the background could use some slightly more dramatic shading like on Dash. Im still. So much hearts.